Image from page 108 of “Natal province : descriptive guide and official hand-book” (1911)
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Title: Natal province : descriptive guide and official hand-book
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Tatlow, A.H South African Railways. Publicity Dept
Publisher: Durban, Natal : South African Railways Printing Works
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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??! ing -Jetty. Durban Bay
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watching the progress of a crickel match, the picture which mi the eye is one nol easily forgotten, Wnh the restful green in the foregroui doited here and there by thewhile flannelled players, and thegleaming bay through the trees inthe (list;nice, over which the yachtsglide gracefully as the wind fillsout then sails, it will a1 once beconceded that the town is morethan fortunate in having such alovely retreat to which the busineman, tired with the weeks toil,may retire for rest and contemplation. Completing our drive or walkround the oval we leave by the main gate, passing along Park Street which leads to the Berea end of West Street.On reaching this point we see immediatelyopposite the commodious Theatre Royal,with its long balcony promenade, whilesome little distance to the right a glimpsecan be obtained of the old cemetery—thenew burial ground being at Stella Wood,situated at the extreme end of UmbiloRoad. Further on is the brightest andbusiest portion of West Street, and awalk
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